We had a very pleasant breakfast today. The restaurant is open from 7 AM to 3 PM and serves breakfast all day as well as lunch. We took advantage of that by ordering some of both.
Among their specials for the day were two different Quiche. One had no onion so that is what Pat ordered. I know it had artichoke in it and cheese as well as other stuff; but I don’t recall the other stuff. I also have no idea what it cost. It was Pat’s turn to buy and I neglected to ask.
This is the half order of B&G Pat got for $6.
This is the Quiche Pat ordered, price not known. They give an option of salad or fruit. As you can see he opted for the greenery. A very nice looking salad with lots of Spring mix.
I was intrigued by their hash. It is made with smoked brisket. You can order it as a side for $4.75 or as a Not so Old School breakfast for $8.50; which is what I ordered. They have several bread choices for toasting as well as muffin and all come with house made berry jelly. What berries? Haven’t a clue but it was pretty good.
This was a very respectable hash. Big chunks of beef and potatoes cooked just right. Tender yet with enough texture to give your teeth something to do. The only minor flaw was my eggs were not quite over easy; more over medium. They worked out though. All I wanted was some yolk to mix in.
Since they make their own scratch biscuits I got one for an extra $1.75. It was very light and fluffy. One of the better biscuits I have had around town. In addition to the jelly they also make their own sausage. We thought it was quite good. Lightly spiced and tasty which made for an excellent taste. However there is just something about Ollie’s that makes their B&G; in my opinion; the best in town.
They also have an interesting lunch menu; which you can reach here:
When I get time I am going back to try lunch; hopefully soon. On a “side note” Zomato classifies this joint as a diner. Of course like with a lot of things Zomato does that is debatable.
I can honestly say that mama’s Café is a delightful place. They cook up their own corned beef every night,and use it for corned beef sandwiches and Reuben sandwiches. They also make the greatest corned beef hash around. The place is sunny and as cute as a basket full of kittens. The staff is warm and friendly and the food is outstanding. We started off with a fried biscuit Appetizer, fried biscuits tossed in cinnamon sugar and served with apple butter. We continued with potato cakes, bacon, some of that aforementioned corned beef hash and one of the best Italian sausage sandwiches I’ve ever eaten! The sausage was rich in fennel and slightly spicy. It was smothered in a good marinara sauce and topped with sautéed peppers and onions. I think the best thing about the sandwich was the onions were nicely crisp and yet the peppers were slightly sautéed, so you could really taste the freshness of the pepper.I believe the operators name is Holly, but I’m not positive. I do know she makes a cherry pie that’s better than anything mom ever made. She even uses lard to make the crust, and everyone knows you can’t have good pastry without lard. I got some nice pictures of the place with my new Nikon, however I can’t locate a USB cable to download them to my computer. So for the foreseeable future all of my blogs will be picture less, but that is only a temporary setback.Should anyone from mama’s read this blog I want to thank you again for a delightful lunch and apologize for not getting all your names. That will be rectified in the future.. As a footnote I’ve been using a Dragon to write all my blogs so the writing may not flow as it did before, but Dragon is able to learn, and so am I; I think.Oh another post script, they have fried spam on the menu, what more can you say.Surprise surprise the picture problem has been taken care of;obviouely.